Archives: BES Fellows

Alana Jenkins

Alana Jenkins (she/her/hers) finds her heritage in Gullah, an indigenous African American culture. In Gullah, the proverb “mus

Mamie Howard

“As a mother, it is unacceptable that a great education is not a promise within every community, and

Nikita House

Growing up in South America, Nikita House (she/her/hers) was fortunate to experience an exceptional education. “Being raised abroad

Sarah Harvey

As a first-generation immigrant from Ghana, Sarah Harvey (she/her/hers) knows firsthand the power of an excellent education. Being

Katie Hahn

As a student, Katie Hahn (she/her/hers) benefited from a school community that encouraged her to think critically, explore

Adewale Oduye, Esq.

Adewale Oduye, Esq. (he/him/his) was raised by Nigerian parents in Brooklyn, NY. Through the transformative power of education,